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News, reviews, and interviews on feature films and documentaries.

Hallmark card faith

By Megan Basham
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Movies | Little Boy is well acted and well produced, but its theology is less than well

Salt of the Earth

By Juliana Erikson
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Movies | If you were to make a slideshow about the things that pain man most, you need only borrow from the hundreds of photos that grace this biopic about famed…

Desert Dancer

By Sophia Lee
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Movies | At first, Desert Dancer can feel like a camel ride that sends you jolting and bruising over every uneven storyline. Based on the true story of…

Don’t be taken for The Longest Ride

By Bob Brown
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Movies | Every movie educates as it entertains. The Longest Ride (rated PG-13 for some sexuality, partial nudity, and some war and sports action) quietly teaches the…

Woman in Gold raises questions the director probably didn’t intend

By Bob Brown
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Movies | Woman in Gold is based on the true story of Maria Altmann, a Jewish woman who in 1999 at age 83 sued the Austrian government to recover artwork stolen from her…

Furious 7 travels familiar roads

By Bob Brown
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Movies | Fans flock to the Fast and the Furious franchise to see over-the-top driving sequences. Furious 7 (rated PG-13 for prolonged, frenetic sequences of…

Home

By Ian C. Bloom
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Movies | DreamWorks Animation movies are a little too frothy, chock full of beautiful visuals and quirky fun but devoid of substance. Home (rated PG) is no exception.

Box Office Top 10

By The Editors
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Movies | For the weekend of March 27-29, according to Box Office Mojo

Stay <em>Home</em> from latest DreamWorks movie

Stay Home from latest DreamWorks movie

By Bob Brown
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Movies | DreamWorks, the company that produced popular and critical favorites Chicken Run and Shrek , drafts an all-star squad of voice actors and graphics artists, but a…

The Gunman: A typical action flick with a few timeless principles

By Bob Brown
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Movies | The Gunman aims for viewers who enjoy ricocheting bullets, exploding IEDs, and kick-’em-stick-’em knife fights. The year is 2006, and Jim Terrier (a…

Insurgent’s special effects can't save its lifeless plot

By Bob Brown
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Movies | Insurgent , like last year’s Divergent , relies on special effects to buttress a sagging storyline. In case you missed the first installment in the series, or…

Do You Believe?

By Sophia Lee
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Movies | Do You Believe? has been promoted as the Christian version of Oscar-winning 2004 film Crash . Like Crash, Do You Believe? is an ensemble drama that interweaves…

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